Health Screening

Why is the health screening is important?

Health Screening is important because it is a way to:

Make Prevention a Priority

Many health conditions can be prevented or detected early with regular checkups from your health provider.

Staying Healthy

Tracking and learning more of your health status for a healthier you. With these screening test results, you can track and known your health over time.

Learn about your risk factors for disease

Health screening tests may reveal risk factors. A risk factor is a health condition that put us at higher risk prevalence for disease. Risk factors such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure or obesity, for instance may lead to heart disease, diabetes or cancer. Knowing about your risk factors allows you to make lifestyle changes that prevent the diseases they may lead to.

We offer a wide range of health screening tests some of which include:

Hematology Profile

Lipid Profile

Liver Function Test

Renal Function Test

Diabetic Screening

Thyroid Profile

Hepatitis Screening (Includes Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B)

Cancer Markers (Male & Female)

Hormone Test (Male & Female)

Urine Analysis

About Genetic Screening

Genetic testing is the detailed study of the changes in the variation of human DNA which is called genetic screening. This variation in the DNA might have a negative or a positive influence on the individual, or it could also be neutral to their overall wellbeing. Therefore, the results of a genetic screening is used to assess an individual’s genes to rule out a suspected genetic condition as well as being used to determine an individual’s propensity towards developing or passing on a genetic disorder.
Genetic screening is based on voluntary decision. Hence, it is strongly recommended that an individual who is considering genetic testing speak with professional health care providers (such as doctors, genetic counselors, and other health care providers) before deciding whether to be tested. This is to ensure individual understands the purpose of the test, its medical implications, the risks and benefits of the test, the possible alternatives to the test, and their privacy rights.
1) For Child - Screens your child aged 0 to 13 for risk towards immunological diseases, developmental disorders as well as other health conditions.
2) For Cardio & Metabolic- Screens your DNA for risk linked with cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and metabolic disorders such as heart attack, stroke and diabetes.
3) For Onco - Screens your DNA for risk linked to familial cancers.
4) For Wellness - Screens your DNA traits and conditions that affects health and wellness.
5) For PGx - Screens your DNA for possible drug response and adverse drug reaction risks. There are 5 types of PGx tests available to screen for drugs.
• Pain and Immunology
• Cardio and Diabetes
• Gastro and Urology
• Mental Health
• Comprehensive: Includes all four PGx tests above

Genetic Screening

However, ideally couples whom are planning to have kids should consider genetic screening as genetic testing can provide a sense of relief from uncertainty and help them make informed decisions about managing their health care as well as in making decisions about starting a family.

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